Our choir exists to join in and lead the gathered family of God in the work of the liturgical life of the Church. The purpose of church hymns is to make the spark of grace that is hidden within us burn brighter and with greater warmth. Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs are introduced to fan the spark and transform it into flame.
Our teens participate in various stewardship activities, including reading to the blind, serving food at the rescue mission, and visiting the sick at area hospitals and nursing homes.
St. Basil Workers
Orthodox faithful from various local Churches who bring the love of the faith to those unable to attend services, for whatever reason, visiting those in hospitals and in their homes.
Chanters are the persons who assist the Priest in the performance of the Sacraments and Services. They sing responses and hymns. They wear a robe and are entitled to enter the Sanctuary.
Held every Sunday morning at 9:30am. The faith of the Orthodox Church is taught to all children from age 3 through high school.
Orthodox Radio Program
Listen to George Mansour each Saturday at noon on channel WSOM (600AM) to hear discussions on various topics related to the Orthodox Faith and Tradition.
Young boys and men who assist the priest in the conduct of the Liturgy.
The ushers are there to welcome you to our Liturgy, seating you if required, facilitating communion, etc., and assisting the faithful in following the proper etiquette of the church.
They are members of the faithful, selected by the faithful, to serve the faithful and the church as representative advisers in all aspects of church activity.